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End of Service Life (EOSL) Support

It is important to be prepared for your hardware’s End of Life EOL which is set by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). You can extend the life of your technology by securing extended third party maintenance support beyond these dates with The ICC Group.

Rather than extending your OEM support at a premium (which may no longer be offered), you can get technical support from ICC at a fraction of the cost. We can match, if not, exceed the support services that you are currently receiving from OEM. Not only that but because we are multi-vendor specialists we can support every piece of hardware within your IT infrastructure. We can provide support including a flexible service level agreement (SLA) to meet your needs.

These are some of the major vendors with their list of models and published EOSL dates. Please note that this list is not exhaustive or exclusive! If in doubt, please fill in the form below with details of the vendor and equipment you require support for and an ICC representative will be in touch with you shortly.



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Understanding EOSL

Find out the difference between EOL vs EOSL, why it is important to know the difference, how to manage your EOSL hardware and how to extend the life cycle of your technology.

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What is EOSL?

EOSL, or end of service life, indicates that the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) has announced that the product support has ceased from a particular date and technical support or maintenance will no longer be available. Your OEM will notify you of this date so that you can seek alternative support or replace the hardware with new products.


What is a circular economy?

A circular economy is the opposite of a linear economy (make, use, dispose) whereby resources are kept in use for as long as possible, ensuring maximum value whilst in use and then recovering and regenerating products or materials at the end of its life.

What is EOL?

End of Life (EOL), according to the manufacturer, means that the hardware has reached the end of its use life. Maintenance may still be offered by the OEM at an inflated price, however the product will no longer be available to purchase from the manufacturer.

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General EOSL Support Enquiry

General EOSL Enquiry

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